Second son of Grand Master Wu Chien Chuan (The Third Generation Grand Master) (1903 - 1983)
Grand Master Wu King Cho was the second son of Grand Master Wu Chien Chuan, and he was an expert in many facets of Wu Style Tai Chi Chuan, particularly in Chi Kung (breathing techniques). He is especially known as being the first to write a book on Wu Style Tai Chi Chuan. This book, initially published in 1935 is a classic and was published again in 1980, spreading the Wu Family tradition throughout the world. The contents of Wu Style Tai Chi Chuan include all the Wu Family Tai Chi Chuan secrets known and transmitted to each generation. This information will now be freely passed on to all Wu Style Tai Chi Chuan practitioners worldwide.
In 1929, Grand Master Wu Kung Cho left the Thirteenth Brigade of the Nationalist Revolutionary Army and headed to Shanghai to teach at the Ching Wu Association.
In 1933, Grand Master Wu Kung Cho went to observe a martial arts competition in Hunan with Mr. Zhu Minyi. Later, he accepted the invitation to become the Tai Chi Chuan instructor at the Hunan Martial Arts Training Centre.
In 1937, Grand Master Wu Kung Cho and his brother Grand Master Wu King Yi moved south to Hong Kong and set up Wu's Tai Chi Chuan Academy both in Hong Kong and Macau. After the Japanese army invaded Hong Kong, the Wu family moved inland until the war was ended.
in 1979, Grand Master Wu Kung Cho returned to Hong Kong and passed away in 1983.